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Catherine Spaak “was bullied on Italian film sets”
“On the set of the film Brancaleone I was the victim of unpleasant episodes. And of harassment when shooting other films. In 1963, they took away my daughter from me: for the judge, being an actress was tantamount to being a prostitute”
Ever-present mother crochets at trial over daughter’s death
Emanuela, one of the 32 victims of the Viareggio railway disaster, died ten years ago. Her mother Daniela attends every hearing of the trial: “I crochet because I need to concentrate on something that distracts me slightly from some of the words and arguments I hear in the courtroom”
War reporter Gabriele Micalizzi recounts brush with death
Italian reporter hit by IS grenade in Barghuz, Syria: “My camera shielded me. I have put things in perspective”
Five banks investigated and €700m seized over diamond scam
Victims of fraud include rock star Vasco Rossi and other celebrities. Banco BPM, Unicredit, Intesa Sanpaolo, MPS and Banca Aletti are involved in the inquiry, along with the two companies IDB and DPI, for aggravated fraud and money laundering. Rossi reportedly invested €2.5m. Customers also included Federica Panicucci, Simona Tagli and industrialist Diana Bracco
Matteo Renzi’s parents under house arrest
Tiziano Renzi and Laura Bovoli charged with fraudulent insolvency and issuing false invoices, “maliciously” causing three cooperatives to go under after having emptied their coffers. List of suspects also includes former driver of camper van used by Matteo Renzi when campaigning in PD leadership primaries
Italy forced to take back IS foreign fighters
Fighters from Italy have not climbed up the hierarchies of the Caliphate. Deaths among foreign fighters from Italy particularly high. One man and two women held by Kurds
Enrico, from catering college to MIT
Linguist, 32, from Iglesias in Sardinia, is working in field of artificial intelligence. “I just went to a catering college, not a high school, and got through university thanks to scholarships. I paid for my time abroad as an Erasmus student with compensation I received after an accident”
Di Maio “overstepped mark”, says French foreign minister
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian: “We see Franco-Italian friendship as an asset to be protected”
Pregnant thief reported for 30 offences avoids prison
36-year-old Bosnian woman, from a Roma family well-known in Rome’s underworld, caught pickpocketing and restrained by passenger; she avoided detention because she was pregnant. Her convictions total nine years
Italian marathon runner Maura Viceconte dies
The Italian athlete, 51, seemed to have won her fight against cancer, but was found dead on Sunday afternoon at Chiusa San Michele, near Turin
Pushers celebrate after shooting bystander in drug vendetta
According to witness, two men on scooter were jubilant. Motive of attack on the swimmer Manuel Bortuzzo to be sought in clash between rival drug gangs over territory
Di Maio and Di Battista meet gilets jaunes
Mission to Paris. Deputy prime minister: this is a first step, we will work together
Salvini warns M5S over Diciotti: “We can’t go on like this”
Interior minister and leader of League targets M5S allies: voting to authorize his prosecution over Diciotti case would set a serious precedent
1,425 road bridges without owners or maintenance
Letter of thanks from mother of transplant baby
Message posted by mother of young child undergoing stem cell transplant, written as if the child himself were talking: “I often asked myself what I had done wrong to deserve all this suffering”
Reports on motorway bridges at risk suspected of being “toned down”
Inquiry into Morandi bridge collapse in Genoa: Twelve suspected of false reporting. Toninelli: inspections already finished
Conte at WEF calls for a ‘Europe of the people’
Paris replies to accusations of Salvini and Di Maio: “We’re not playing at ‘let’s see who can be the most stupid’.” Italian premier: “Germany is not withdrawing from Operation Sophia”
After Milan, Como and Myanmar, Ostello Bello opens in Palermo
After ten years in business, Ostello Bello tourist hostels can be found in eight locations, with a ninth about to open in Palermo. This example of business excellence employs 250 people and accommodates 180,000 travellers a year, almost all under the age of 40
The 1,632 Italian companies that grow and take on new staff
Teenage runaway found in hotel with crystal meth pushers
The 13-year-old girl, without documents, showed extensive bruising, and was taken to the Mangiagalli clinic. Police are investigating. She is not suspected of having committed any crime
Addicts smoke heroin on Milan metro at rush hour
Photo of two addicts taking drugs in crowded carriage. They had come from the woods in Rogoredo, on the southern outskirts of the city, where more drugs are sold than anywhere else in northern Italy
Cesare Battisti arrested in Bolivia. A last beer, then tears
Reconstruction of raid that led to arrest of former Armed Proletarians for Communism terrorist. Traced thanks to complex checks on mobile phones belonging to underworld figures. He only had a few coins in his pockets
Children of woman strangled by husband “adopted by town”
Town council resolution: “Considering the strong feelings of local people ... it was considered appropriate to start proceedings for “adoption by the town”. Hundreds of donations to help women’s children up to university age. The mayor: “I was moved”
Briatore: “I would prefer work to university for my son”
Businessman speaks of his son, Nathan Falco: “I won’t stop him from going to university, but he shouldn’t go just for appearance’s sake: only one of the managers in my company is a graduate, and many of them left school at 14
Investigation into death of AIDS immunologist Fernando Aiuti
Famous immunologist who fought against the marginalization of AIDS patients had been admitted to Rome’s Gemelli hospital. The hospital states that the celebrated doctor fell down the stairs. The police, who rushed to the scene at 11.20 this morning, have suggested it was suicide
Controversy over Di Maio’s support for gilets jaunes protesters
Five Star leader tells protesters: “Don’t give up, you can use the Rousseau platform.” More cautious Salvini condemns use of violence, while Paris retorts that Italy should worry about its own problems
Melegatti pandoro is back, with 500,000 baked for Christmas
The company, which risked insolvency, managed to churn out the traditional Christmas cake by outsourcing production. The governor of Veneto Zaia thanks those who took over the company
Sisters stand up to mafia, naming those who threatened them
Three sisters stand up to mafia bosses. TV presenter Giletti sued over show: “I am on their side against this conspiracy of silence”
Brazilian police issue 20 different identikits of Battisti
Former terrorist, convicted of four murders, was set to be extradited to Italy but has gone into hiding. According to internal sources, he is in the state of San Paolo
Salvini criticized for calling Hezbollah “terrorists”
Deputy prime minister in Israel. Five Stars defence minister Elisabetta Trenta and Di Maio accuse him of putting mission in Lebanon at risk
No deal in sight as EU asks Rome for 0.6% deficit cut
“Dear mummy, I’m sorry you’re dead”
Letter from daughters of Eleonora Girolimini, who died in the disco at Corinaldo while saving their elder sister Gemma. Her husband: “I tried to revive her. Now I will change job to raise my four children”
Benetton Rugby players shave heads in support of Nasi Manu
The players of Benetton Rugby will take to the field against Harlequins with shaved
Tria tempted to resign over internal tensions
Isolation of economy minister, who fears becoming a scapegoat for government failings
Business associations attack government in call for action
Thousands meet in Turin to discuss high-speed rail plans and growth. Deputy prime minister Salvini: “I don’t know to what extent Confindustria is representative”. Boccia: “We are the ones who don’t care if the spread rises”
Maria Sole Tognazzi reminisces about actor father Ugo
Daughter of actor whose career is subject of retrospective at MoMA in New York: “He was Count Mascetti also in life”
Monti: “The Tsipras moment has arrived for the majority”
Former PM: “I believe that the forces supporting this government have never really faced up to the facts
“He approached with a pickaxe, and I shot him out of fear”
Fredy Pacini called by Salvini, but was unable to speak: “I’m broken-hearted”. Only the tyre dealer’s granddaughter can wrest a smile from him. Expressions of local support
Conte at EU focuses on social rather than economic stability
Prime minister engaged in long negotiations with Brussels: “We’re going ahead with the reforms. I’m not looking for an alibi”
Three men wanted over Silvia Romano’s abduction in Kenya
Italy ready to negotiate, amidst fears of possible fundamentalist connection
Voluntary worker kidnapped in Kenya, possibly by jihadists
It has not been ruled out that Shabaab, a movement allied to Al-Qaeda, are behind the abduction of Silvia Costanza Romano in Kenya. Intelligence services and diplomats expect long negotiations. The hostage may have been handed over to other groups
Dramatic mass eviction of Casamonica crime family
Rome. Raid on eight houses built illegally, with arrival on scene of Raggi, Salvini and Conte
Toninelli’s clenched fist exultation causes uproar
Di Maio reacts with a “what has he done this time?”, as beleaguered minister tries to justify his latest gaffe as an outburst of joy for the Genoese
Pippo Baudo and how “Louis Armstrong told me to go to hell”
“Ecco a voi: Pippo Baudo, una storia italiana”, written by the TV presenter with Paolo Conti, is packed with anecdotes, portraits and memories, and shows famous figures in a new light
Florence: in the secret rooms of Giotto’s bell tower
Discovery by researchers from Florence and Turin at work for two years on the tower. Cathedral vault also found

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